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What to do this weekend

Looking forward to the weekend? Here are our top picks for what to do in Nashville, November 2-4.

Written By:  Nashville Lifestyles

Photographers:  The Tennessean

Anthony Bourdain at TPAC
Wine Down Main in Franklin
Beer, Bourbon and BBQ Festival in downtown Nashville
Hike for the Homeless at Edwin Warner Park
Nashville Puppy Up! Walk at Centennial Park

Wine Down Main Street - Friday, Nov 2
Mix and mingle in downtown Franklin this Friday night at the12th annual wine tasting event. Peruse local shops, get great swag from merchants and sample some of the best wines around. All proceeds benefit Boys & Girls Clubs of Middle Tennessee Franklin and Fairview Clubhouses.

Hike for the Homeless - Saturday, Nov 3
Lots of outdoor fun for the family at Edwin Warner Park this weekend. The event includes hiking on two paved trails (2.2 and 3.1 miles), a complimentary breakfast and lunch, face painting and inflatables for the kids, live music and more. Benefitting Safe Haven Family Shelter, a
Frist Center community partner.

Beer, Bourbon & BBQ Festival - Saturday, Nov 3
This exciting festival at Nashville Municipal Auditorium includes all of the best--barbecue, bourbon, music, cigars, and beer!

Anthony Bourdain at the Tennessee Performing Arts Center - Saturday, Nov 3
Well known host ('No Reservations') as a chef as well as author of Kitchen Confidential and Medium Raw, makes a stop in Nashville at TPAC for one night only. Bourdain will spend the evening sharing candid, and often hysterical, insights about his life’s work and travels, including an open question and answer session with the audience.

Nashville Puppy Up! Walk - Sunday, Nov 4
Grab your pup and join the 2 Million Dogs Foundation for an easy 2 mile walk! The Puppy Up! walk celebrates and supports both canine and human friends battling cancer. Stick around for the doggy festival afterward, which is full of entertainment and vendors.


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